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Dec07

Teen pregnancies on the rise

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The teen birth rate has risen for the first time in 14 years, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. On average the percentage jumped 3 percent from 2005 to 2006; the rise was highest in black teens—a whopping five percent. As if this weren’t troubling enough, last month the CDC released […]

Nov24
Pediped Shoes for Babies and Toddlers

Pediped Shoes for Babies and Toddlers

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Family Synergy… I Love It! I’ve mentioned before how my sister owns this wonderful shop Ola Baby in Brooklyn. She now, ahem, has a second store. I’m soooo proud of her. In little over a year she has expanded to another Brooklyn neighborhood. During Thanksgiving lunch, I peppered her, as I usually do, with questions […]

Nov09

“A hug can lead to other things.” Like, apparently, detention.

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Wonderland, Wonderland, we’re on our way… Oops, sorry. Been watching too much WonderPets lately. Hi fair Wonderland readers, It’s Liz from Mom101, honored to be here once again in an effort to fill Alice’s formidable shoes. I’ve been gingerly caressing the faux leather uppers all morning, sighing, even humming a little to myself, just so […]

Nov09

Skipping the Baby Registry: Yay or Nay?

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Dear Amalah, I know this isn’t beauty advice I’m seeking but you always have the smart answers so I’ll try… My husband and I just got married 3 months ago and in fact got pregnant on our honeymoon. Some friends and relatives are pressuring me to register for baby gifts. The problem is we are […]

Nov02

Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time Move

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Sunday morning many were confused with the new date for Daylight Savings (“Fall Back”) being moved to the first Sunday in November. Yes! Halloween Trick-or-Treating was much improved with this extra hour of sunlight. This morning I received a very timely and helpful post on tips for helping your baby sleep well during the daylight […]

Nov02

MRSA: The Worst Halloween Treat Ever

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So I was just sitting here in my bathrobe, enjoying my fifth candy bar, when someone knocked on the door, and who could it be but an antibiotic-resistant superbug! AAAIIIIEEEE! MRSA is terrifying everyone, and if you haven’t heard of it, I’m jealous. Stop reading right now and get back to your cave. Anyway, MRSA […]

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